It is one of my most linked recipes, and one that ends up in CSA newsletters year after year.
Ahhh yes, we definitely need one. And very likely will never have a drawn out plan. Things will just evolve. That is there will be some renewable infrastructure built, electric cars, solar panels, wind turbines, but not nearly enough to make the huge difference needed.
The world moves according to the will of 7 billion people, and they definitely do not have a plan. That statement does not make a lot of sense to me. Arguing what will work or wont work is not the point. But not nearly enough. And most of those folks will not make it into the lifeboat.
That lifeboat is just not nearly big enough. Most of those folks will drown. That is probably correct if we are talking about the people trying to maintain BAU living in the so called first world. Obviously everybody wants to extinct the oil industry as there is the strong mistaken belief that the economy can do it with renewable resources.
Not to mention that there are also about 1. To them that would still be a huge step up!
Though for what it is worth there are some people who are still trying to steer the big avalanches away from the village by setting off a few smaller ones here and there. But most of the people are still sound asleep in their little cottages down in the valley oblivious to the possibility of being buried under tons of snow and ice… Just because some of us are trying to find other ways of doing things does not mean we are as stupid or naive as we are being made out to be by those who seem to be absolutely sure that they are right.
Truth is none of us knows and we could probably all use a dose of humility.
What will Egypt for instance do when there is no food available on the international market? However, I do agree that in an environment with sufficient arable land, sufficient clean water, and sufficiently low population density that a little electricity is better than none.
Who believes the rest of the world will feed Egypt, on a charitable basis, indefinitely?
Egypt has nothing to export. The only very slim hope for Egypt is a cultural revolution involving a birth rate that falls way below replacement level VERY soon.
What are the odds of THAT coming to pass? Egypt is my chosen poster child of collapse.By William Curry on 12 July, What your seeing is an engine driven jacking gear.
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All the characters and events portrayed in this book are fictional, and any resemblance to real people or incidents is purely coincidental. The end of summer is a bittersweet time for the students here at Green Venture. On the one hand, we are all moving on to another year of interesting studies, but are sad to see the summer end.
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